|The Do Something Award||Movie Star||TV Show|
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Sells maple syrup and other products on her website to provide water to a village in Kenya, sold underwear online to support Doctors Without Borders, and had a Ben & Jerry's flavor named after her, with proceeds going to charity. She's raised over $250,000 for Kirindon and at least 40% of all net proceeds from the sale of her Sweet Cheeks panties line is given to charity partner Children International to help feed and nourish children living in extreme poverty.
Auctioned off signed sports gear to raise money for Haiti, visited Africa in support of the Diamond Empowerment Fund and donated $50,000 to a local New Orleans high school.
Donated $100,000 to build a skate park in L.A., sponsored the Ryan Sheckler Celebrity Skins Golf Open and is sponsoring "Skate for a Cause" at the end of May.
Competed with Mets star David Wright in a batting average competition to win $100,000 from Delta for his charity, the Turn 2 Foundation.
Leads the assist for low-income and at-risk kids to access to high-quality early learning in the US, and provides critical needs health services to children in Paraguay. Hosted the Showdown in Chinatown, a charity Soccer Game in New York City and gave away autographed shoes in support of Educare Arizona.